Seafood And Omega 3

Omega 3

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fats, meaning your body can’t make them on its own, so you need to get them through what you eat and seafood is one of the absolute best sources. 

Omega-3 fatty acids can do wonders for your overall brain functioning and cardiovascular health.

We love food but not all food was created equally.

These foods help boost brainpower, keep hearts healthy and much more.

Our bodies can’t produce omega-3 naturally, so we should try to enjoy fish and other seafoods at least twice a week. But this doesn’t have to be tricky – more than just a healthy choice, fish can also be delicious and simple, and we will show you how.

Fillet or finger, fresh, frozen or tinned, it’s all good!

Omega-3 recipes

Delicious and nutritious - be inspired with these fabulous dishes

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Health and omega-3

Why omega-3 is so important for our health

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Now that’s what I call omega-3

Learn about the Top 20 for omega-3 seafood species

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How much omega-3

What you should be eating and how often

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Would this encourage you to eat seafood?